Through conferences, webinars, workshops, and panel discussions, IISD actively engages some of the world's leading thinkers on various topics of sustainable development.
Deep Dives Into the Nexus of Food Systems, Climate Change, and Nutrition
How can we use policy to transform food systems sustainably? Join our event.
Gender-Responsive Resilience Building in the Caribbean
A presentation of our knowledge, attitudes, behaviours, and practices analysis in the Caribbean.
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This two-part virtual event aims to advance regional policies for critical minerals supply chains in the Americas.
The second of two sessions, this event will look at the impact of climate change mitigation and adaptation policies on developing country exports of goods and services.
This Pledge is a one-time investment to end systemic hunger by 2030. Learn more at our affiliated session of the UNFSS 2021 Pre-Summit on July 26.
An in-person workshop in Munich on July 25th at the One Young World Summit will consider what youth can do to support a fossil-free recovery.
The session will explore how to put a gender-responsive approach to Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) into practice.
Trade and Climate Change: How can trade policy maximize developing countries' benefits from a clean energy transition?
The first of two sessions, this event will assess how trade policy can incentivize clean energy production in developing countries.
IISD’s experts provide a snapshot of the United Nations High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development 2021’s proceedings amid the pandemic.
Experts will discuss India's energy subsidies from FY 2014 to FY 2020, major shifts since COVID-19, and how subsidies can promote clean energy transition.
VNR lessons for the Decade of Action and to Build Forward Better: Identifying Best Practices and Progressing Effective SDGs Implementation
A HLPF side event will share recommendations for countries and other stakeholders on how to continuously improve the quality of VNRs
This webinar will focus on drivers and opportunities for transforming national oil companies across different types of political contexts.